MARCH 2012: Be Healed!

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MARCH 2012: Be Healed!

MARCH 2012: Be Healed!

Charisma‘s March issue centers on the themes of healing and revival. In this month’s cover story, Bill Johnson shares how the key to igniting the gift of healing in every believer starts with recognizing who’s in authority.

Ron Phillips follows this up with an assortment of Scriptures that show “10 Ways to Release God’s Healing Power.”

As part of our yearlong spotlight on the “12 Communities of Charisma,” we asked Randy Clark, who’s seen millions of people healed, to share where God is moving among the revivalist community—and how that is changing the global revival we’re currently experiencing.

Continuing our emphasis on healing and revival, George Otis Jr. explains “Why Revival Tarries … in America.” After observing nearly 800 revivals around the world over the last 15 years, Otis found only two were in North America. Here he identifies why revival has become so rare in Western society—and what we can do to change that. One of the reasons America isn’t experiencing revival is because many of us have lost our sense of amazement over the actual gospel story.

In “A Cathedral of Astonishment,” Brian Zahnd shares how we can regain the breathtaking wonder of the Good News.

In “How to Live Diabetes-Free,” Dr. Don Colbert offers practical tips to prevent—and reverse—the long-term effects of the nation’s latest epidemic.

And for those thinking about furthering your education in any capacity, Paul King provides you with some of the key questions to ask in “School of the Spirit.”


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